#8Sunday: The greatest threat of all…from Mated with the Cyborg

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Tuesday, Tuesday, Tuesday!

Mated with the Cyborg to release on Tuesday.

Welcome warriors! In last week’s’ Weekend Writing Warriors post, we learned that Mariska’s father intends to send her to become the concubine of an alien. This is not good. After the meeting, her “android” (an undercover cyborg) escorts her back to her quarters and tells her he must conduct a security check…

“My quarters are safe.”

From outside intruders—yes. The odds were 96 percent she was right. Security was so tight, it was highly unlikely anyone who didn’t belong could get aboard. He had—but only by being shipped “from the factory” in a manufacturing carton. The transport wouldn’t have bothered an android, but Kai had nearly frozen his nuts off in the cargo hold. If not for his nanocytes, which had regulated his body temp, he might have succumbed to hypothermia.

After what he’d witnessed, her own people posed the greatest threat to her life. Her father wanted her dead. Why?

And that’s the $4.99 question that can be answered on Tuesday with the release of Mated with the Cyborg. To be notified when it’s live on Amazon, BN & ARe, subscribe to my author newsletter. Mated with the Cyborg is book 2 of the Cy-Ops Sci-fi Romance series, but it is written to be read as a stand-alone.

The all-important blurb:

Kai Andros’s orders were simple. Get in. Gather the intel on the terrorist organization. Get out. Then he met her. Mariska. Beautiful. Innocent. Ignorant of her father’s atrocities. And marked for death. His orders said nothing about saving her. But he did. He went off-mission. Can a rogue cyborg outrun both Cyber Operations and the terrorists to save the woman he loves?

Mated with the Cyborg is an action-packed erotic sci-fi romance between a man with a mission and a woman with a secret that jeopardizes their lives and the fate of the galaxy.

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14 Responses to #8Sunday: The greatest threat of all…from Mated with the Cyborg

  1. Kim M says:

    Love the sci-fi in this, Cara.
    When, I wonder, will she pick up that he is still part human?

  2. Thrilling adventure in another time and place. I almost fell off my seat just now with excitement.

  3. Sounds exciting. Look forward to it.

  4. Excellent question he’s asking himself right now! And wow is he lucky to have nanos to look after him in transit LOL. Great excerpt, best wishes on the release.

  5. Jenna Jaxon says:

    I keep wondering how much of Kai is human, how much machine. I guess I now know one part of his anatomy that’s human if they almost froze. lol Great snippet! Congratulations on the release!

  6. It’s so tragic when the people who are supposed to protect you decide you’re disposable. He has to save her, though!

  7. E.D. Martin says:

    I like how this shows the interplay between his human body and machinery. Great snippet!

  8. Good thing his nuts didn’t freeze! I liked the contrast between the joke and the serious problem.

  9. Goodness, the problems with being only part android. #thenutstruggleisreal LOL.
    Good luck with the release!!

  10. I like straight talk. I like that you wrote it just how he thought it. Excellent snippet, Cara. And a big congrats on the release! 🙂

  11. Congratulations on the release, Cara. You were a busy girl last year, and this year’s off to a strong start, as well.

  12. First, Kudos on the new release!

    I really like “hearing: his thoughts”, your prose says so much about his character (which by the way is kind of hot, lol). Glad he is around to watch out for her. Great snippet.

  13. This sounds exciting! Great excerpt! Congratulations on your new release!

  14. Enjoyed this one, Cara. Why, indeed.

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